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New pathways to scale for community development finance


  • Kirsten S. Moy with Laura Casoni
  • Steve Davidson
  • Cathie Mahon
  • Fred Mendez
  • Gregory A. Ratliff


The Economic Opportunities Program (EOP) of the Aspen Institute advances strategies (primarily in the areas of workforce development, microenterprise, community-based forestry, and access to capital and credit) that connect the poor and underemployed to the mainstream economy. The EOP facilitates participatory learning among practitioners using applied research to stimulate dialogue and action among funders, policymakers, nonprofit, and community leaders. This paper is one in a series focusing on issues of scale and sustainability in the not-for-profit and community development field. For more information, go to

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  • Kirsten S. Moy with Laura Casoni & Steve Davidson & Cathie Mahon & Fred Mendez & Gregory A. Ratliff, 2004. "New pathways to scale for community development finance," Profitwise, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, issue Dec, pages 2-24.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedhpw:y:2004:i:dec:p:2-24

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